FAST BIKES INDIA – Issue #39 March 2020

Ducati Diavel 1260 S vs Indian FTR 1200 S

The outliers of the motorcycling world, the Diavel 1260 and FTR 1200 hate to be stereotyped. Well, both the Diavel and FTR are very different from each other yet eerily similar in nature. The Diavel 1260 is Ducati’s idea of a fast-paced cruiser that goes round corner like a Monster; is freakingly fast like a dragster in a straight-line yet liveable on a daily basis. The FTR 1200 on the other hand is a proper American muscle bike with its roots etched deep into flat-tracking but is more than meets the eye. Its essentially a street-tracker with a potent motor but that can also do a bit of off-roading. We have brought two of these iconic machines together in a comparison like lever before. Who wins? Find out in the cover story of the March issue of Fast Bikes India.

TVS iQube

Our exclusive story this month comes straight from TVS Motor’s backyard that has seen the inception of an all-new electric scooter – the iQube. Where does it fit into the world of Chetaks and Athers?

2020 Ducati Panigale V4S

Panigale is the bestselling superbike in the world today, contributing to 25 per cent of the global superbike numbers! The V4 has had a big hand in this feat and with the 2020 iteration, Ducati has gone a step ahead and made it even more refined and characterful

Bajaj Chetak

The iconic Chetak badge has been resurrected but in an all-new electric avatar. Does the new Chetak have it in itself to succeed the much-revered icon that had a waiting period of over twenty years during its glory days?

2020 TVS Apache RR 310

Riding modes on a sub-50bhp motorcycle may sound gimmicky but the RR310 now offers a lot more than just ride-by-wire. Is this the best TVS motorcycle ever?

Honda Fireblade generations

A 22-page guide on the iconic Honda that changed the definition of a litre-class superbike. Read it before we bring you the review of the all-new 2020 Fireblade in the April issue

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